Lettori Win Again But Fear Italian Houdini Tactics

by Domenico Paccitti SOME 1,500 FOREIGN-language lecturers, or lettori, who teach their mother-tongue in over sixty Italian universities recently had their fourth job discrimination case against the Italian government upheld at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg. On 26th June the ECJ ruled that lettori at sample universities in Milan, Pisa, Rome, Naples, Basilicata and Palermo were being denied the same labor rights as Italian nationals. But despite their victory, the lettori, who were represented by the European Commission, and about one third of whom teach English, remain sceptical of ever obtaining genuine justice. The lettori won their […]
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